Indian Festive Sweets Kaju Katli Recipe | FoodieWish
Kaju Katli Recipe: Kaju katli is also called kaju barfi. It is one of the favourite sweet dish of many people and is made specially on festivals.
Type: Indian Sweets, Dessert, Kaju Katli
Cuisine: Indian Sweets, Dessert
Keywords: Kaju Katli, Kaju Katli Recipe
Preparation Time: PT10M
Cooking Time: PT45M
Total Time: PT55M
Kaju Katli Recipe: Kaju katli is also called kaju barfi. It is one of the favourite sweet dish of many people and is made specially on festivals or any other occasions. It is a delicious sweet dish that can be made easily at home using very few ingredients.
Kaju Katli Recipe Ingredients
- Cashew nuts – 400gms
- Water – 1 cup
- Sugar- 1½ cup
To Prepare Cashew Powder
Take 2 cups of cashew (KAJU) nuts and grind them to make powder.
Note – cashews should be grinded in the powder form so do not grind the cashew for too long to prevent them from turning into paste
Strain the cashew powder through a sieve to separate out the big chunks of cashew
To Prepare Cashew Dough
In a pan take about ½ cup of water and add 1 cup of sugar into it, stir them properly so that sugar dissolves in water.
Note – we do not need to prepare 1 or 2 wired syrup we just need to dissolve sugar into water
Add cashew powder and stir this mixture continuously to prevent the formation of lumps, Mix it until it’s consistency becomes dense (Thick).
Add 2 tablespoons of ghee & cook it on medium flame until its consistency becomes thick.
Now turn off the flame and mix the paste thoroughly for a while.
To Prepare Kaju Katli
Grease a plate with ghee & transfer the cashew paste onto the plate and stir the paste continuously in the plate so that it cools down quickly.
Then take a butter paper and grease it with ghee.
Grease your hands with ghee and take cashew dough and place it onto butter paper, Cover the dough with butter paper.
Roll the dough using a rolling pin (Belan) and roll it to form approx. 1cm thick square and keep it in the refrigerator for about 20 to 30 minutes to cool it.
Then take it out of refrigerator & cut it in diamond shape using a sharp knife.
Decorate the kaju katlis with pistachio and kesar and serve.
And that’s a wrap on our Kaju Katli recipe! We hope you enjoyed making and eating this sweet and delicious Indian dessert. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out. Until next time, happy cooking and enjoy your Kaju Katli!